jOOQ in the wild

The first open source projects start to appear on the web with public dependencies on jOOQ. One of them is a small backup tool called blizzys-backup by Maik Schreiber. It uses jOOQ to handle a small H2 database with 3-4 relations describing scheduled backups and backup-file meta data. Interestingly, Maik seems to prefer lazy fetching … Continue reading jOOQ in the wild